Medical Education

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Edited By: Kevin W. Eva

Impact Factor: 3.196

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 1/37 (Education Scientific Disciplines); 16/88 (Health Care Sciences & Services)

Online ISSN: 1365-2923

Associated Title(s): The Clinical Teacher

Selection of Students and Programs Virtual Issue


Selection of Students and Programs

Admission criteria and diversity in medical school
Lotte O'Neill et al

Associations between residency selection strategies and doctor performance: a meta-analysis
Stephanie Kenny, Matthew McInnes & Vivek Singh

Internet-based multiple mini-interviews for candidate selection for graduate entry programmes
David Tiller et al

Predictive validity of the Dundee multiple mini-interview
Adrian Husbands & Jonathan Dowell

Preparation courses for a medical admissions test: effectiveness contrasts with opinion
Tom M. Wilkinson & Tim J. Wilkinson

Adjusting medical school admission: assessing interpersonal skills using situational judgement tests
Filip Lievens

Situational judgement tests: the role of coaching
Hussam Rostom, Robert Watson & Laurence Leaver

Situational judgement tests represent a measurement method and can be designed to minimise coaching effects
Fiona Patterson et al

Using marketing research concepts to investigate specialty selection by medical students
Charles Weissman et al

Evaluations of situational judgement tests to assess non-academic attributes in selection
Fiona Patterson et al

MCAT Verbal Reasoning score: less predictive of medical school performance for English language learners
Babbi Winegarden et al

Associations between medical school and career preferences in Year 1 medical students in Scotland
Jennifer Cleland et al

Faking good: self-enhancement in medical school applicants
Barbara Griffin & Ian G. Wilson

Residency selection: do the perceptions of US programme directors and applicants match?
Pauline H. Go et al

Evaluating cognitive ability, knowledge tests and situational judgement tests for postgraduate selection
Anna Koczwara et al

Reliability estimates: behavioural stations and questionnaires in medical school admissions
Naomi Gafni et al

Comparison of UMAT scores and GPA in prediction of performance in medical school: a national study
Phillippa Poole et al

Improving the recruitment and retention of doctors by training medical students locally
Michel Landry et al

Medical school dropout - testing at admission versus selection by highest grades as predictors
Lotte O’Neill et al

Can the UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) select suitable candidates for interview?
Rebecca Turner & Sandra Nicholson

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